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Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca. Edita consilio et auctoritate Academiae Litterarum Regiae Borussicae.

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Language:
Greek, Ancient (to 1453), Latin.
Beginning date:
1882
Ending date:
1909
Imprint:
Berolini, typ. et impensis G. Reimeri, 1882-1909.
Format:
  • Book
  • 23 v. 25 cm.
Note:
The commentary on the Parva naturalia (vol. v, 6) formerly ascribed to Themistius, is by Sophonias. The commentaries of Joannes Philoponus (vol. XIII-XVII) are in part based upon the lectures of Ammonius Hermeiou; the commentary on De generatione (vol. XIV, 3) is by Michael of Ephesus. The author of the paraphrasis of the Ethica Nicomachea (vol. XIX, 2) is unknown. It had previously been published as a work of Andronicus Rhodius; the name "Heliodorus Prusaeus" is an invention of Palaiokappa (cf. Berl. philol. wochenschr. IX, col. 1419/20) A supplement of both the edition of Aristotle's works by the Berlin Academy (1831-1870) and of the Commentaria, is the Supplementum Aristotelicum editum consilio et auctoritate Academiae Litterarum Regiae Borussicae ... Berolini, 1885-1903.
Contributor:
Alexander, of Aphrodisias.
Porphyry, approximately 234-approximately 305
Dexippus, the Platonist.
Ammonius, Hermiae.
Themistius.
Syrianus.
Asclepius, of Tralles.
Simplicius, of Cilicia.
Olympiodorus, the Younger, of Alexandria, active 6th century
Philoponus, John, active 6th century
Elias, Neoplatonist.
David, the Invincible.
Stephanus, of Alexandria.
Aspasia.
Eustratius, Metropolitan of Nicaea.
Michael, of Ephesus.
Sophonias.
Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin.
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